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So we actually recorded it on to a [separate] stereo piece of tape. Two months later, Harrison had executed an effective sitar part on Norwegian Wood , but Love You To went much further.
Bhagwat was rung up on the day of the session. George told me what he wanted and I tuned the tabla with him. He suggested I play something in the Ravi Shankar style, 16 beats, though he agreed that I should improvise. What remains unclear is how much of the sitar on the track was played by Harrison, but it seems likely that the intro is his while the remainder is played by an uncredited Asian Music Circle member.
With Love You To completed, work started on Paperback Writer which, because it was released as a single, did not appear on Revolver a common practice in that era. This is also true of its B-side, Rain , recorded one day later. But both songs are clearly products of the same gloriously freewheeling mindsets that created the album.
Rain , which was chosen as the B-side of Paperpack Writer, would have fitted perfectly on Revolver. Lyrically, it takes an off-kilter look at its subject matter. The new grainy guitar texture was achieved by recording the backing track at a higher speed than normal, then adding the vocals to the slowed down instrumental sounds.
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When Lennon went home after the session — in a somewhat altered state — he accidentally played the reel-to-reel tape backwards. The fade is me actually singing, backwards, with the guitars going backwards. It was a parody on that idea.
ADT freed the band from the chore of recording their vocals more than once to fatten them up. Instead the system copied the vocal track then played it back alongside the original, out of sync by a matter of milliseconds, just enough to create a double image. By the time they returned to it a week later, everything was tightened up, the guitar parts flowed better and the rock was decidedly more evident than the folk.
Lennon was a notoriously snoozy kind of guy. Lennon had written the lyric on April 25, on the back of a car-phone bill. The technique was somewhat refined, however, because Harrison deliberately crafted a solo which he thought would sound good in reverse, then asked George Martin to transcribe it backwards.
What followed was an exhausting nine-hour session during which Martin conducted Harrison painstakingly through the reversed notation until he got it right. Eleanor Rigby, begun on April 28, was a very different story. What are you doing? Sing those words in your head to the tune of Eleanor Rigby and its easy to see where Paul was headed.
He always considered melody the most important element in a song, and frequently tried out different words before settling on a final version famously, Yesterday was called Scrambled Eggs for several weeks. McCartney himself has acknowledged that he might have seen that stone as a teenager, and unknowingly unearthed it from his subconscious while working on the song.